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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » QAnywhere » Connectors » Web service connectors

 

Setting up web service connectors

To create a web service connector
  1. Open Sybase Central and connect to your server message store.

  2. Choose File » New » Connector.

  3. Click Web Services. Click Next.

  4. In the Connector Name field, type the connector address that a QAnywhere client should use to address the connector. Click Next.

  5. In the URL field, type the URL of the web service (for example, http://localhost:8080/qanyserv/F2C). Click Next.

    You can optionally specify a timeout period in milliseconds, which cancels requests if the web service does not respond in the amount of time your specify. This sets the property webservice.socket.timeout.

  6. On the HTTP Parameters page, click The Web Service Must Be Accessed Through A Proxy and then complete the following fields:

    • In the HTTP user name field, type the user name. This sets the property webservice.http.authName.

    • In the HTTP password field, type the user password. This sets the property webservice.http.password.e.

    • In the Proxy host name field, type the host name. If you specify this property, you must specify the webservice.http.proxy.port property.

    • In the Proxy port field, type the port to connect to on the proxy server. If you specify this property, you must specify the webservice.http.proxy.host property.

    • In the Proxy user name field, type the proxy user name to use if the proxy requires authentication. If you specify this property, you must also specify the webservice.http.proxy.password.e property.

    • Click Finish.

  7. To set additional options on your web service connector, you can right-click the connector you just created and choose Properties; or you can use server management requests.

    For a list of available properties, see Web service connector properties.

    For information about using server management requests, see Administering connectors with server management requests.